Soga Miga

Molito Complex, Madrigal Ave. cor. Alabang-Zapote Rd., Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila

Soga Miga
4.1
4.0 Stars

21 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 7
  • 4 stars 10
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 21 Reviews
  • 35 Recommend
  • 21 Reviewers
Category:
Korean
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 11:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Most Recent Reviews

Margaux A.
4.0 Stars

I'd keep coming back just for the Spicy Seafood Ramen and that's from someone with low tolerance for anything with chili. The broth just has a chock full of flavor from the crab and the shrimp and it's even better when you pair it up with the classic soju 128076🏼 It's good for sharing but you definitely down this if you're going solo.

Cheers to my first review and hopefully many more!

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Paolo S.
5.0 Stars
9

Still a favorite Korean BBQ joint in the south. They've been in the Molito area for a looooooong time. I remember first eating here way back when i was still in college around 2002-2003!

Lots of restaurants have come and go since, but Soga Miga has stayed put and always been a constant through the years. I dont see signs of them slowing down... Koreans and fellow Koreans-at-heart have been flocking in even on weekdays. I guess thats a testament of how consistently good their food is.

My favorite would have to be their beef - galbisal, flank steak, wagyu, or any cut from their menu. The beef is flavorful and tender. The bibimbap (or their rice in general) is interesting since they dont serve white rice. They use red rice instead, and it kind of adds this nutty, barley-like profile.

The usual stuff found in other Korean restaurants can be found here too, like bulgogi, pajeon, japchae, kimchi jjigae, etc... and they all taste great! Oh, and that on the left side of the collage, thats miyeok guk! A beef seaweed soup. They called it beef seaweed bulalo for Pinoys to be more enticed, i guess. Not as beefy or flavorful as real bulalo, but it hits the spot especially on a rainy day!

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AAA M.
5.0 Stars

Been meaning to try this place for a while and we got there a bit late but the owner was nice enough to still entertain us though they were closing already, so weren't able to order most of the common dishes. We were able to try spicy noodles and some bbq. They were great and good enough for two, three if you're not starving 128517. What floored me though was their jok bal. We got the knuckles as the jokbal was no longer avail and I must say this place must have the best jokbal I've ever tried here in Manila! There are plenty korean restaus that serves this but mostly are mediocre. This is seriously sticky and tasty! Even the dipping sauce that goes with it was like straight out of seoul! I'm trying to fool myself by giving the excuse of "collagen" benefits this dish gives you just so I can eat more than I should haha

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Kaye B.
3.0 Stars

The waiters are inattentive :( We have to call on them twice for the side dish. Nothing is special in this place. Plus, it's too expensive. The only thing I adore in this place is their rice. :)

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Mark C.
5.0 Stars

The complete Korean package. It was rather pricey at 1650 for 3 people (including one baby) but the food was great. Their barbecue was simply superb. Highly recommended for GKs (Genunine Koreans) like my wife :)

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Ian P.
5.0 Stars

One of my favorite Korean restaurants!

Not the cheapest tho but in terms of portion sizes sofa miga rocks!

Hands down the best kimchi panjeon pancakes. Love their beef BBQ but you always have to order minimum of 2 bows which brings the price up.

But over all lots of Korean expats here. Try it. It's a great place.

This was the first restaurant I took my girl friend AKA My wife on our first date.

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Tina B.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Elisha C.
4.0 Stars

Pwede na! Not the best Korean I've tried but in general, they do serve good food! There are cheaper places but I like that it's clean and they have good service. Only 2 refills for the appetizers... Which were not the best but good enough.

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Philip Alvin W.
4.0 Stars

First of all they have good exhaust so you don't end up smelling like BBQ after the meal. The meat was tender but I was looking for more seasoning. They didn't have ginseng chicken soup which I often order from other Korean restaurants. Overall the food was good. The Korean manager that had us seated in the room did not communicate properly to us that there is a 10k consumable for the room. We ended up buying some organic rice for cooking to take out. By the way, their rice is very good.

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Tin L.
3.0 Stars

I'd still go to Jang ga nae. Sides are so so. Bibimbap was bland. But the beef and spicy pork samgyeopsal were tender and tasteful so 3 stars. I'm not completely disappointed. Lol.

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Dianne C.
4.0 Stars

We were in Molito Complex and we decided to have dinner at Soga Miga 'cause bf was craving for some korean meat 128522

Servers were very attentive and nice. 128077

I noticed that most of their customers were koreans and that was a good sign 'cause it means their food are authentic128077128077128077

Food:
-well, honestly, I forgot the name of our order 128513 hahaha but I assure you that their meats were really really good 128077128523128523128523

Can't wait to go back, try other dishes and not forget the names. Hahahaha128522

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Jaimee M.
4.0 Stars

Good food, nice interior unlike other kitchen-like korean restos. Try their bigger branch in tagaytay if you're in for a road trip :)

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Mich T.
5.0 Stars

My plan was just to have chicken and beer for lunch but we made a wrong turn and voila! I was in food coma! It's so authentic that I cried a little. And my friend who was with me on my visit said that they really have a wide variety of side dishes co'z she has been to this place many times and except for the ones she requested, they serve her something different every time.

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Myk M.
5.0 Stars

A must visit in Molito complex!

Real angus beef, plentiful serving of amazing side dishes and of course, Kimchi. The authentic Korean restaurant offers a lot more than that. Sure it's not like any other. Go ahead and try for yourself, you'll love it here.

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Gem N.
5.0 Stars

Been going here for years and the quality hasn't changed. It's guilt-free comfort food that never fails to satisfy. Just the grilled meat with the free-flowing veggies and appetizers will send you to food coma. :)

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Marissa R.
4.0 Stars

There is proliferation of Korean restos south of Manila & they're mostly inside BF Homes. This one is in a little corner of the Molito complex and the one I prefer. A bit pricey but meats are good quality. Am not expecting fine dining ambience since the pull down exhausts are a must. You still smell of BBQ though. Have Korean ice cream in the mini grocery nearby to end your spicy meal.

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Noelle A.
2.0 Stars

Big servings.
Terrible service. 128078

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Alexander Y.
4.0 Stars

We had the bibimbap and premium grade beef.

Both were really good. Definitely highly recommended.

Ambiance was kinda not as good but they had private rooms which was nice but the acoustics needed improvement as well.

Overall, it is worth returning to.

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Zeke P.
4.0 Stars

All the dishes were very authentic compared to other Korean restaurants I've been to. The prices though are way beyond my budget.

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Enti C.
4.0 Stars

Best Korean for me. Good selection of kalbi and other bbq-able meats!

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